Project Officer, Monitoring & Evaluations Community & Social Development Agency
Adamu Auta Adamu is a development enthusiast with a specialization in Monitoring and Evaluation and a keen interest in Politics. Throughout his career, he has provided technical expertise to Government and Donor Funded Projects, collaborating with various organizations such as the Nasarawa State Community and Social Development Agency, the FCT Secondary Education Board, and the Department of Policy Planning Research and Statistics. He has established strategic partnerships with renowned institutions like UNICEF, UNESCO, and KOICA in the Education Sector, offering valuable technical assistance and implementing best practices.
Adamu has a wealth of experience in designing logical frameworks, Theory of Change models, and overseeing the implementation and management of development projects. His expertise spans across multiple areas, including Community Development, Education, Health, WASH (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene), and Strengthening Democracy. As a Legislative Intern at the Policy and Legal Advocacy Centre, supported by the European Union, he worked diligently in the National Assembly, gaining valuable insights and contributing to various House Committees. Adamu is also a Fellow of the Legislative Mentorship Initiative organized by the Speaker of the 9th National Assembly House of Representatives of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
In addition to his professional roles, Adamu has actively served as a Voluntary Technical Assistant to the Chairman of Karu Local Government and held the position of Assistant Public Relations Officer at the Karshi Youth Development Association. Currently, he is engaged in projects aimed at providing assistance to vulnerable communities in Nasarawa State through the World Bank Assisted NG-CARES Programme (Nigeria Covid 19 Action Recovery Economic Stimulus) under Result Area 1 (RA 1) DLI 1.4 (Basic Community Services). The thematic areas he focuses on within this program include Education, WASH, Nutrition, Flooding, and Health.
Adamu’s commitment to development extends beyond his professional endeavors. He actively contributes as a Consultant and volunteers his time with NGOs such as Frontier Quant Consulting (IFAD Projects), United Nations Volunteer (UNV), Child Solidarity Group (CSG), Al Majiri Child Right Initiative (ACRI), and Doxa House Youth Empowerment and Inclusive Development Initiative (DHYEIDI), among others. His multifaceted engagement allows him to make a positive impact on various developmental programs and initiatives.